WHERE MONSTERS DWELL (1970) (#1-38) #30 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Where Monsters Dwell #30 O. Henry and Roald Dahl, literary masters of the twist ending, would be proud. Here's four horrific tales from Marvel's creature-filled '50s, each with its own ironic wrap-up. Initially, we are introduced to a castaway who finds himself alone on an island with a beautiful woman. Paradise, right? Wrong, because this woman just happens to be the Greek legend Pandora and when she tricks our hero into opening her mysterious locked box, a monster representing the wickedness of the world is unleashed! Drawn as only Jack Kirby can make them!

In "13 Years," a greedy nobody gets his hands on a bag of stolen jewels and throws away his job, his wife and family and 13 years of his life in hiding before safely cashing in. What does he get for all that sacrifice? Read on and see! With creepy art by Gil Walton, "The Man Who Wasn't" explores the dangers of science looking too deeply into the memory of an odd little old man who may not entirely from this world! And the art of Tony Mortellaro paints a horrific tale of an author stuck with writers' block. That is until he finds a new life-form in the woods outside his secluded cabin! Check out "Just Suppose ..."!

Publisher: MarvelTitle: WHERE MONSTERS DWELL (1970) (#1-38)
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